Televising Queen Elizabeth’s Coronation and Peter Dimmock’s Unscripted Close Up

Queen Elizabeth felt that her coronation and subsequent crowning should not have been televised as she felt it was an intensely private moment with both religious and ceremonial importance. Initially Winston Churchill, the then prime minister of England supported Elizabeth’s decision, but due to public backlash, he softened his position. Emergency meetings were called and it was agreed that Elizabeth’s coronation would be televised but with written agreements that “no close up views of The Queen...

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